S. Cecilia Méndez-Gastelumendi Associate Professor IV os curriculum Vitae Education



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PART II: TEACHING

Courseload for History Department is 4 course equivalents in one year and 5 course equivalents in the next year
Class Instruction History for S. Cecilia Méndez-Gastelumendi in the History Department

2010-11 to 2014-15


COURSE SECTION COURSE TITLE CLASS CLASS FUNC UNITS INSTR ENROLL SCH ESCIs/EVALs?

TYPE FORM TION HOURS MENT


YEAR = 2010-11
QUARTER = FALL 2011

SPECIAL LEAVE

QUARTER = WINTER 2012

SPECIAL LEAVE

QUARTER = SPRING 2012

SPECIAL LEAVE

YEAR = 2011-12

QUARTER = FALL 2011

COURSE RELIEF -- RENTENTION

QUARTER = WINTER 2012

HIST 8 1 INTRO HIST LAT AMER PRIMARY LEC 1 4.0 3 147 588 Y

HIST 202 1 HISTORICAL METHODS PRIMARY SEM 1 4.0 3.4 8 32 Y

HIST 5007 8 LAB FOR TA'S EI SEM 1 4.0 1 3 12

LAIS 598 2 MASTER'S THESIS EI TUT 1 6.0 1 1 6

QUARTER = SPRING 2012

HIST 151FQ 1 LAT AM HIS THRU FLM PRIMARY SEM 1 4.0 3.4 10 40 Y

INT 94MA8 1 FRSHMAN SEMINARS PRIMARY SEM 1 1.0 3.6 15 15

LAIS 598 5 MASTER'S THESIS EI TUT 1 4.0 1 1 4

----------------------------------------------------------

TOTAL FOR 2011-12 27.0 16.4 185 697

YEAR 2012-13

QUARTER = FALL 2012

LEAVE -- NEH

QUARTER = WINTER 2013

LEAVE -- NEH

QUARTER = SPRING 2014

LEAVE -- NEH
YEAR = 2013-14

QUARTER = FALL 2013

HIST 151B 1 LATIN AMERICAN HIST PRIMARY LEC 1 4.0 3 31 124 Y

HIST 202 1 HISTORICAL METHODS PRIMARY SEM 1 4.0 3.4 7 28 Y

QUARTER = WINTER 2014

HIST 8 1 INTRO HIST LAT AMER PRIMARY LEC 1 4.0 3 97 388 Y

HIST 5009 10 LAB FOR TA'S EI SEM 1 4.0 1 1 4

HIST 599 21 PH.D. DISS PREP EI TUT 1 12.0 1 1 12

QUARTER = SPRING 2014

HIST 151DR10 1 READINGS LATIN AMER PRIMARY SEM 1 4.0 3.4 6 24

HIST 154LB 1 ANDEAN HISTORY II PRIMARY LEC 1 4.0 3 24 96 Y

HIST 599 24 PH.D. DISS PREP EI TUT 1 12.0 1 1 12

----------------------------------------------------------

TOTAL FOR 2013-14 48.0 18.8 168 688

YEAR = 2014-15

QUARTER = FALL 2014

HIST 154LB 1 ANDEAN HISTORY II PRIMARY LEC 1 4.0 3 13 52 Y

HIST 202 1 HISTORICAL METHODS PRIMARY SEM 1 4.0 3.4 12 48 Y

QUARTER = WINTER 2015

HIST 8 1 INTRO HIST LAT AMER PRIMARY LEC 1 4.0 3 102 408 Y

HIST 151P 1 PROSEM LATIN AMER PRIMARY SEM 1 4.0 3.4 14 56 Y

HIST 50011 9 LAB FOR TA'S EI SEM 1 4.0 1 2 8 Y

HIST 596 10 READING & RESEARCH EI TUT 1 4.0 1 1 4

HIST 599 24 PH.D. DISS PREP EI TUT 1 12.0 1 1 12

QUARTER = SPRING 2015

NON TEACHING QUARTER

HIST 599 24 PH.D. DISS PREP EI TUT 1 12.0 0 1 12

----------------------------------------------------------


TOTAL FOR 2014-15 48.0 15.8 146

Department Graduate Student Advising Contributions:


Last

First

Yr Deg.

Chair/

MA/

First Placement/Other Info.

Name

Name

Compl.

Member

PHD






















Welty

Lily

--------

chair

MA

Switched to Spickard as Chair

Acevedo-Field

Rafaela

---------

member

PHD

Changed to Dutra for Dissertation

Baranski

John

2004

member

PHD

Teaching Fort Lewis College, CO

Burden

David

-------

chair

PHD

Changed to Cline as Chair

Goodwin

Lee




member

PHD




Igue

José Luis




chair

PHD




McKiernan

Zach




member

PHD




Mukerjee

Anil

2010

member

PHD




Pacino

Nicole




member

PHD




Rivera

Alicia




member

PHD




Simoes de Carvalho

Paul




member

PHD




Torres-Rouff

David

2006

member

PHD

Teaching, Colorado College


since last approved action



Ferrari

Serge




member

PHD




Goodwin

Lee




member

PHD




McKiernan

Zach

2014

member

PHD

Assist. Prof., Hampton Uni., VA

Pacino

Nicole

--------

member

PHD

no longer needed for dissertation.

Simoes de Carvalho

Paul




chair

PHD






Outside Department Graduate Student Advising Contributions:12


Last

First

Yr Deg.

Chair/

MA/

First Placement/Other Info.

Name

Name

Compl.

Member

PHD






















Becerra

Miguel

2009

chair

MA

Latin American and Iberian Studies Program; Prize for best Master’s thesis in LAIS.

Currently studying a PhD at Berkeley



Johnson

Claudia

2008

chair

MA

Latin American and Iberian Studies Program, UCSB

Pent

Steven

2009

chair

MA

Latin American and Iberian Studies Program at UCSB; Prize for best MA thesis in LAIS

Simer

Jeremy O.




member

MA

Latin American and Iberian Studies Program

Simons

Briana

2010

member

MA

History of Art and Architecture

Engel

Emily

2009

member

PHD

History of Art and Architecture


since last approved action
None at this time.

Undergraduate Graduate Projects Directed:13
Year Student Project Position



2001-02

Veronia Franca

BA student in Latin American and Iberian Studies Program and Anthropology


Mentor

2005-06

Andrés Mantilla

Senior Honor's Thesis Mentor for, Latin American and Iberian Studies Program


Mentor

2008-09

Megan White

Honors Contract (as part of History 154LB, Andean History) (Fall). Met with student once a week, supervised special assignments and final paper.


Mentor

2009-10

Connor Culhane.

Independent Studies, History 199. Met once a week, supervised weekly reports and final paper.

Mentor


since last approved action



2013-2014

Dominic Moretto

Honor’s thesis supervisor.


Mentor


Other Teaching Contributions:


1997-98

History 154LA -- Nationalisms and Identities in the Andes I: Created new course including lectures, syllabus; ordered slides, ordered purchase of films, ordered purchase of books and journals, prepared reader.






History 202 -- History and Theory: Already existing graduate reading seminar. Created new syllabus, ordered purchase of books.





History 151C -- Latin American History, Twentieth Century: Created new syllabus, lectures; ordered purchase of books, prepared reader, ordered slides





History 154LB -- Nationalism and Identities in the Andes II: Created new course including lectures, syllabus; ordered slides, ordered purchase of films, ordered purchase of books and journals, prepared reader.





History 201LA -- Advanced Historical Literature (State and Society in Mexico and Peru: A Comparative Perspective: 16th to 20th centuries): Created new syllabus, prepared new reading materials.


1998-99

History 154LA -- Nationalisms and Identities in the Andes I: Revised syllabus, wrote new lectures for already existing course. Created new reader, ordered new slides and films





History 202 -- History and Theory: Revised syllabus; prepared new reading material.





History 151P -- Proseminar in Latin American History: Created new syllabus.






History 201LA -- Advanced Historical Literature (Nations and Nationalism in Latin America): Created new syllabus; prepared new reading materials.


1999-2000

History 206, History and Theory -- revised syllabus, incorporated new reading materials






History 8, Introduction to History of Latin America -- created new syllabus, prepared new readings and new lectures; ordered new slides and films (first time taught this course)





History 151P, Proseminar in Latin American History -- created new syllabus and prepared new reading materials for already existing course





History 597, Independent Study for Master's Comprehensive Examinations and PhD Examinations -- new reading materials for independent seminar with graduate student


2000-01

History 154LB, Andean History: The National Period -- revised syllabus and incorporated new reading materials; ordered slides and books





History 8, Introduction to History of Latin America -- revised syllabus, incorporated new reading materials, ordered new slides





Latin American and Iberian Studies 100, Proseminar -- Guest speaker discussing my research on peasants and political violence in Peru





History 202, Historical Methods -- revised syllabus, incorporated new reading materials





History 599, PhD Dissertation Preparation -- incorporated new reading materials for independent reading course with graduate student


2001-02

History 8, Introduction to History of Latin America -- Revised syllabus, prepared a new reader, ordered new slides and films





History 151C, Latin American History, twentieth century -- Revised syllabus, prepared a new reader





History 151P, Proseminar in Latin American History -- Created new syllabus, prepared a new reader





History 201LA, Advanced Historical Literature (Latin America) -- reading seminar on Nationalism, Race and the State in Latin America; created new syllabus, incorporated new reading materials


2002-03

History 154LA, Andean History: Prehispanic and Colonial Periods -- Revamped course completely. New lectures, new reading and visual materials






History 201LA, Advanced Historical Literature (Latin America) -- New course, new reading materials





History 202, Historical Methods -- Revised syllabus, incorporated new reading materials





Guest speaker in the Sociology Department, UCSB, undergraduate seminar of the Program of Women, Culture and Development (Prof. Kum-Kum Bhavnani) "On the Shining Path and the Recent War in Peru", May





Commentary to Matias Flores's presentation "The Argentine Experiment: Credibility and Democracy in Argentina," Honors thesis presentation, History Department, UCSB, May 27


2003-04

Interdisciplinary 94GE, Freshman Seminar -- First time teaching this course. Created totally new materials





History 8, Introduction to History of Latin America -- Revised syllabus, incorporated new reading materials





History 154LB, Andean History: The National Period -- Revised syllabus, incorporated new audio-visuals and reading materials





History 201WO, Advanced Historical Literature (World) -- First time teaching this course





History 202, Historical Methods -- Revised syllabus, incorporated new reading materials





Guest speaker in upper division Latin American History class with Dr. Gabriela Soto Laveaga on the Shining Path, May 27


2004-05

Seminar presentation at the core graduate seminar of the International and Global Studies PhD Emphasis Program, UCSB, Fall





LAIS 101, Interdisciplinary Approaches to the History and Societies of Latin America and Iberia--created a new course, including new reader, syllabus, and new audiovisual material






History 154Q, Special Topics in Andean History--created a new course, including new reader, syllabus, and new audiovisual material





History 250B, Foundations of Latin American History--created a new course, including new reader, syllabus, and new audiovisual material





History 253AB, Special Seminar in Latin American History--created a new course, including new reader, syllabus, and new audiovisual material


2005-06

Invited lecture to Policy History class, UCSB, Fall, November 1





Seminar presentation at the core graduate seminar of the International and Global Studies PhD Emphasis Program, UCSB, Fall, November 2





Invited lecture to Latin American and Iberian Studies 100, UCSB, Fall, November 7





Invited seminar, Foundations of Latin American History, The Twentieth Century (History 250C, Foundations of Latin American History), UCSB, Winter


2006-07

Created new Freshmen Seminar INT 94MA, “Terrorism, Political violence and Human Rights in the Andes.” Prepared new syllabus, course reader and audiovisual materials


2008-09

Instructor in the Workshop “La Escritura de la Historia: Métodos y Aproximaciones Teóricas” [“The Writing of History: Methods and Theories”]. University of San Cristóbal de Huamanga, Ayacucho, August 27-29





Invited Lecture to Latin American and Iberian Studies 100, Fall





Invited presentation at the core graduate seminar of the International and Global Studies PhD Emphasis Program, Fall





Freshman Seminar “Terrorism, Political Violence, and Human Rights in the Andes”, UCSB


2009-10

Instructor in the Alternative Methodologies Workshop sponsored by SEPHIS for doctoral students of Latin America. Instituto de Estudios Peruanos. Lima, August 31 -September 11





Instructor in the workshop “Historia Popular versus Historia Académica?: El Poder y la Producción de la Historia [Popular History versus Academic History?: Power and the Production of History] . Program for Training in Social Sciences, Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, August 11-27





Taught History 151B, “Latin America in the Nineteenth Century” for the first time. Prepared new syllabus, reader, and audiovisual materials





Invited Lecture to Latin American and Iberian Studies 100, Fall





Invited presentation at the core graduate seminar of the International and Global Studies PhD Emphasis Program, Fall





Invited presentation at the History Honors Thesis Seminar, October 21





Freshman Seminar “Terrorism, Political Violence, and Human Rights in the Andes”, UCSB




since last approved action


2010-11

Militarism, War and the Construction of the State in Peru: A Historical and Theoretical Perspective. “Course for Training in the Social Sciences.” Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, Lima, July 2010 (four sessions).


2011-12

Invited lecture to LAIS 100/200. Latin American and Iberian Studies Program. UCSB. October 11, 2011.





PhD. committee member for Lourdes Hurtado. Dissertation: “Unido a la Historia por Fecunda y Viril Tradicion": Race, Gender and the Military in Cold War Peru (1961-1980), defended in 2012.

Department of History, University of Notre Dame, Indiana.





“The Forgotten Wars of Peru and the Formation of the State: A Rural Perspective”. Course for Training in the Social Sciences. Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, Lima, July 2011 (four sessions).





Keynote address: “What Independence? Proscribed Heroes and the production of silences in the historical narratives” ( ¿Qué Independencia? Héroes Proscritos y la producción de silencios en las narrativas históricas), June 21. Third international congress of students of History (Tercer CIEH). National University of San Marcos. Lima, June 18-22, 2012.


2012-13

Guest lecturer. “Postcolonial and Subaltern Studies: A Critical Approach” (Los Estudios Subalternos y Poscoloniales: Una Visión Crítica). Seminar Theory of History. Department of Arts and Human Sciences, Field of History. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Lima, 18 of June, 2013.




Invited lecture “The Forgotten Rebellion, Huánuco, 1812”. Colloquium “La Rebelión Olvidada, Huánuco, 1812. College of Humanities. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Peru, Lima, April 11, 2013.





Invited lecture “Geography and racial imaginings in Peru: On how Indians became the indian, and serranos” (Geografía e imaginarios raciales en el Perú: De cómo los indios se conviertieron en el indio y en serranos). Seminars of Applied History to the Studies of Politics, Society, Religion, Mentalities, and Economy.” National University of San Marcos. Lima, October 1, 2012.





Keynote inaugural address, “Centralism and Historiography. An exploration of the silences in the mainstream narratives of Independence” (Centralismo e Historiografía: una exploración de los silencios en las narrativas hegemónicas de la independencia). October 2, III Symposium of Students of History. National University of Trujillo, Peru, October 2-6, October, 2012.





Keynote address “Whatever happened with Túpac Amaru? Official History and Popular Memories in the Peruvian Independence.” (¿Qué pasó con Túpac Amaru?: Historia Oficial y Memorias Populares de la Independencia Peruana”). October 17. VIII Meeting of students and alumni of History. National University Federico Villarreal. Lima, October, 15-17, 2012.





Keynote inaugural address “One Ought to Silence the Silence: Oficial History, and Popular Memories of Peruvian Independence” (Hay que callar al silencio: Historia oficial y memorias populares de la Independencia peruana). October 22, 22nd Internacional Colloquium of Students of History. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, October 22- 26, 2012.





Invited talk, “Historiographical debates on National Identity in Peru.” Centro de Estudiantes de Historia. National University of San Marcos. Lima, October 24, 2012.





Keynote lecture “Proscribed Heroe: Tupac Amaru and the Creole Narratives of Independence in Peru.” Symposium “Balances and Reflections on the Process of Independence of Peru” . National University of Education Guzmán y Valle, UNE Lima. May 28, 2013.


2013-14

Invited lecture to LAIS 100/200. Latin American and Iberian Studies Program. UCSB, April 21, 2014.





PhD. examination committee member for graduate student in FLACSO (Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences) Graduate School. Quito, Ecuador.


2014- 15

Discussant of Adela Contreras’s honors thesis. Honors students’ colloquium. History, UCSB. Spring, 2015.





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